This report presents an exploitation plan for the results of the TERESA project, with several viable product visionsDownload
In this deliverable TERESA reports on a case study conducted to investigate the questions regarding the effects of the long-term real life use of a telepresence robot displaying such
semi-autonomous behaviours; and the effects on user acceptance, trust, and social participation.
Deliverable 4.2 is the outcome of the work undertaken in Task 4.1, in which spatial and human motion models are considered for social navigation.Download
This deliverable describes the work that was carried out in the context of Task 5.3 of the TERESA project, which has the goal of specifying a set of socially appropriate actions that the TERESA telepresence robot may autonomously execute while its users are engaged in conversation.Download
This deliverable, together with its next iteration, aims to introduce a complete localization component for multiple people detection for the Teresa project.Download
This deliverable investigates what telepresence robot behaviors are experienced as socially normative.Download
Deliverable 4.1 is the outcome of the work undertaken in Task 4.1, in which spatial and human motion models are considered for social navigation.Download
The TERESA project aims to develop methods that allow a robot to interact effectively with a dynamic social environment.Download
This deliverable includes the work of assembling all components for the TERESA robot and getting it to run.
Deliverable 6.1 is the outcome of the work undertaken in Task 6.1, in which the communication needs of independently-living elderly users were analysed, and appropriate scenarios identified for the Giraff telepresence robot.Download
This deliverable 6.3 is associated with Milestone 1 ”Deploy first version of partially autonomous telepresence system”.Download
Deliverable 7.1 Dissemination Plan sets out to elaborate the dissemination strategy of the TERESA project.Download